Conjoined twin says sister is bad wing woman as she gushes over new boyfriend

A woman discussed her dating life as a conjoined twin as she joked her sister isn't the best "wing woman" out there.

Carmen and Lupita Andrade opened up about their intimacy, hobbies and lives in an Ask Me Anything on YouTube.

The 21-year-olds even revealed the "inappropriate" comments they receive and their future marital plans.

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The Mexican twins, who live in Connecticut, US, are attached along their chest walls down to their pelvis.

They have two arms, but only a single leg each, with Carmen controlling the right, while Lupita takes the left.

The sisters were only expected to survive for three days after they were born in 2002.

And they've been told their separation could result in death or years of intensive care.

So they chose to stay together and have adapted to living life with one another.

When it comes to dating, it's been a "learning process", as Carmen has been cooped up in a relationship for a year and a half now.

She said her partner is similar to a close friend and her new relationship was "not intimate in that way".

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The pair met on Hinge, according to FEMAIL.

Carmen was "transparent" about her condition but felt awkward to show she was a conjoined twin on her profile.

She said: "I was obviously going to be transparent about everything… It was a learning process for everybody.

"We obviously had to have a discussion on what boundaries are OK and what aren't."

Her twin Lupita, however, sees dating very differently after claiming she is "asexual and aromantic".

She even poked fun at her sister for being a bad wing woman.

Carmen said marriage isn't on her mind but admitted she'd rather be "life partners" with the right person.

The sisters claimed they've been "fetishised" over the idea that someone is "having sex with two people at once".

Both of them do not see themselves as disabled either.

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